Community College vs. Universities

Feb 3rd, 2012
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Choosing a college means going to a new, unfamiliar world of immense possibilities. One of the hardest decisions a high school graduate face is the choice between attending a Community College or a University. Although Universities and Community College serve the same purpose, each has its differences and similarities in their learning such as the admission requirements, expenses, size, and student life.

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Community College vs. UniversityTo some people, community college and university may seem very similar, and to others they seem quite different. Both are schools for higher education. While they share many similarities, there are also differences to be noticed. It is important to weigh these differences before deciding if a community college or university is the best option. The cost of tuition is a huge part of deciding where to go to college. Depending on where someone lives, community college tuition can be as much as 25 percent less expensive than university tuition costs. On average, un

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